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Three-Way School Pledge

Parent Pledge

I understand that participation in my child’s education is important for academic success in school, and give him/her a strong social and emotional foundation for a bright future. Therefore, I will carry out the following responsibilities and support my child to the best of my ability:

  • Make sure my child gets adequate sleep, eats a healthy diet, and gets physical exercise
  • Make sure my student arrives to school each day by 7:40 AM
  • Support the school’s/district’s homework, discipline, attendance, and dress policies
  • Review all school communications, and my child’s work folder/student planner
  • Return all papers which require a parent signature to my child’s teacher
  • Provide a quiet place for my child to do homework
  • Encourage my child to complete homework; talk to the teacher with any questions regarding homework/schoolwork
  • Encourage my child to engage in reading activities at least 15/30 minutes each day
  • Attend Back to School Night, Parent Teacher Conferences, Open House, and other events
  • Have discussions with my child about school activities

Student Pledge

I understand that my education is important. I know I am the one responsible for my own success. Therefore I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

  • Get to class on time each day. School starts at 7:40 A.M.
  • Take my work folder/student planner home to my parent(s) to review.
  • Return completed assignments on time.
  • Be responsible for my own behavior.
  • Up-hold the Bradley School Code of Conduct
  • Be cooperative with staff and students. Respect other learners.
  • Ask for help when needed.

Teacher Pledge

I understand the importance of the school experience to every student and my role as an educator and role model. Therefore, I agree to carry out the following responsibilities to the best of my ability:

  • Provide a safe, positive, and healthy learning environment for your child
  • Teach grade level skills and concepts
  • Strive to address the individual needs of your child
  • Communicate homework and classwork expectations
  • Communicate with you regarding your child’s work and progress